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Lovers' Infiniteness

The poet John Donne presents ideas of love in the poem “Lovers’ Infiniteness” by having the poem’s narrator directly communicating his feelings to the woman he loves. In the opening stanza of this...

Latest answer posted March 28, 2016 6:23 pm UTC

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Lovers' Infiniteness

Like most of Donne's poetry, "Love's Infinitenesse" (also seen in some editions as "Lovers' Infiniteness", and "Lover's Infiniteness") is metaphysical in the sense that it takes human interaction...

Latest answer posted December 13, 2009 11:41 am UTC

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Lovers' Infiniteness

"Lovers' Infiniteness" by John Donne consists of three eleven-line stanzas. As is the case with many of Donne's love poems, it uses the metrical pattern of a song, with varying line lengths within...

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Lovers' Infiniteness

Tone, of course, is an author's attitude toward his subject. In this case the poem is written by John Donne. The tone is one of both exasperation about human love and peace felt within God's love....

Latest answer posted September 10, 2015 3:45 pm UTC

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